Fire Risk Assessment Regulatory Reform (fire safety) order 2005

Why should I have fire risk assessment?

As an owner of a business that employs more than 5 staff, it is your legal responsibility to ensure that you use a qualified and accredited fire & security specialist to carry out a fire risk assessment for your property.
Having a risk assessment performed and adhered to, will not only reduce the risk of fire in your premises but also reduce the risks to your staff and the chance of a potential fire affecting an adjacent building.

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What does a risk assessment do?

What do You need to consider?

Benefits to you and your organisation:

Woodward Fire & Safety Officers have over 10 years’ experience in carrying out fire risk assessments. They are fully trained by the Fire Service College and have been NEBOSH approved to carry out fire risk assessments.

Who is responsible?

Employers and business owners need to ensure that the fire risk assessment is delivered by a trained and competent person, capable of accurately identifying fire risks and precautionary measures necessary to comply with the most up-to-date regulations and laws. This is exactly where Woodward Fire & Security can help.
Whether you are a small independent business or a large multi-site organisation, we can deliver your fire risk assessment quickly and efficiently and in a format that is easily understood.

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